Space exploration has never been so sexy. This Mars Curiosity rover dress definitely makes me curious to explore her surface. I kid. No, really I have always wanted to explore the Martian landscape. Just not as much as I do now.
This cool Doctor Who inspired Victorian TARDIS dress makes me wish we finally had a female Doctor to wear it on screen, though any of the Doctor’s companions would look fantastic in this dress from LoriAnn Costume Designs.
3D printing technology is amazing. People are already using 3D printers to make cookie cutters, gadgets, replacement parts, toys and even robots. Now they’re moving forward into the realm of fashion by printing full-length dresses.
Here’s burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese sporting a custom and truly one-of-a-kind 3D-printed creation.
There are a number of Star Wars-themed outfits out there that look pretty good – but most of them are clearly for cosplay. But you could probably wear this Star Wars dress out to a club or bar, which is one of the reasons why I think it works really well.
Literally be the light and life of the party by putting on your high heels and getting there dressed in this sexy lace-up neck corset. The piping on the dress only glows in the dark, so it’ll look like you’ve got a plain old corset on in the light.
We’ve already seen what a TRON-inspired motorcycle suit looks like. Here’s what the black-on-bright style looks like on a dress, courtesy of cosplayer Victoria Schmidt aka ScruffyRebel and her boyfriend Jin Yo. It even comes with a heart-shaped Identity Disc!
Whoever said Disney and high fashion doesn’t mix obviously doesn’t know what Harrods is capable of. London’s leading department store recently called on the crème de la crème of designers to create Disney-themed ensembles fit for real-life princesses, and it looks like they delivered.
…and Gondor, Eriador, Rohan, Arnor, Rhovanion and Rhun and whatever uncharted land is on Middle Earth. But Flickr user Kristy pulled it off with style at Dragon*Con:
The dress was made by Flickr user Cressiebeth, who said “I worked with a graphic designer who created the “repeat” map pattern and Spoonflower.com
If you love clothes and happen to a fan of geeky stuff like Star Wars, then I’m pretty sure you’ve already heard of Black Milk Clothing by now. They’re behind the uber-sexy TARDIS mini dress and leggings and a series of awesome geeky swimsuits featuring C-3PO, Pac-Man, and R2-D2.
Not that hearing aids are unsightly, but some people who use them actually find how they look pretty annoying. But it’s better to have them than not be able to hear what people are saying around you, right?
Check out this Star Wars dress. It’s full of style, attitude and sass, all without having to look like a Stormtrooper or a TIE Fighter. Artist Crissy Baker of Nerd Alert Designs makes some awesome Star Wars-inspired dresses that are both classy and geeky.
Most girls I know avoid latex clothing with every inch of their souls, but here’s one dress some geeky girls might consider if it weren’t so expensive: the Star Wars Latex Dress. It’s every Star Wars fans’ dream dress, whether they’re female or male with a girlfriend who’s also a fan of the hit franchise.
Back before the Star Wars prequels, Ewok hunting was a popular sport. It put Ewoks on the endangered species list. But after the prequels, most prefer Gungan hunting. I think we would all agree with that.